Sarah Kogan


Sarah Kogan's interests lie firmly within the materiality of paint, communicating a subtle vibrancy and internal resonance. 

Sarah Kogan is a British artist based in London. She is a trustee of APT Gallery and Studios. 


Recent exhibitions include: Sarah Kogan: Warp, Karsten Schubert London (2022); Sarah Kogan: Take me to the Light, Karsten Schubert London (online, 2021); Sarah Kogan: From the Corner of my Eye, Karsten Schubert London (online, 2020); and Miniscule Venice (58th Venice Biennale, 2019). Recent curatorial projects include Supernova (Blyth Gallery, Imperial College London) and Space Shift (APT Gallery, London). From 2016–18 Kogan's multimedia First World War art installation Changing the Landscape was supported by public funding from The National Lottery through Arts Council of England and exhibited in four international and national venues including: Museo d'Arte Contemporanea di Cogliandrino, Italy; The National Archives, UK; Atrium Gallery, London School of Economics and and Manchester Central Library. Sarah Kogan has been a guest lecturer at Chelsea College of Arts, The Estorick Collection and on the ground-breaking 'Art of Psychiatry' module at Bethlem Royal Hospital.